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Estrayed or Lost. One c lark brown horse, branded V on leit hip. One b; ly mare, 3 years old, bar on left lup. One bit ick horse, branded half circle on left sb .oulder. $10 reward for their recovery. Apply at this office. Lost on the 26th of June, on the Dry Forks’ of t he arias: 1 Iron gray year ling Alley—nearly black, branded circle dot on righ A hip. $10 reward for her recovery. Apply at this office. Between the middle and last of June, one light bay horse branded 1 (bar) on left shoulder; lef t hind foot white. $5 reward for information leading to his recovery. Address this office. One bay mare, 3 years old, small run ning _K/T on left shoulder, white spot on left heel. One black Alley, big star in forehead, same .brand on leffc^ shoulder. $15 for recovery of both animals or $7.50 for either one. Address this office. One 8-year-old ba.y Norman mare, branded N S on left shoulder, vent same on same \shoulder, and F C on left thigh. $15 dollars reward on delivery at this office. One black gelding, 7 years old, branded flying V on left shoulder. One strawberry roan mare, 4 years old, branded A on left shoulder. $5 reward per x head at this office. On or about July 27tb, one black horse, white strip on forehead, branded K I P on left shoulder, vented same on left thigh. $5xewai d for recovery. Ap ply at this office. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. L and O ffkce at H islena , M ont ., I October 19, 189 L. | Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to m ake Anal proof in support of his claim, and that said p ‘ »of will he made before Register and Receiver of Helena, Montana, on December 5th, 1891, viz: NELSON RICHARD, of Choteau, Montana, for homestead application No. 2527, for the NEJ4, sec- 'tion 27, township 26 north, range 5 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Jerry Keton, Louis Miller, »if Choteau, Mon tana, and Orville ICaSalle, Adolph LaSalle, of Helena, Montana. S. A. SWIGGETT, Register. (First publication» Oct. 23 ) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. L and O ffice at H e l e n a , M ont ., I October 23, 1891. | Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has Aled notice of his intention to make Anal proof in sup- jiort of bis claim, and that v>aid proof will be made before A. C Warner, U. S. Commissioner, at Choteau, Montana, on December 12th, 1891, viz: JAMES L O G A N , for pre-emption declaratory statement No. 10385, for the N& SE& N;\j SWJ£ section 21, township 24 north, range 5 west. He names the following witnesses to proye his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz. Ed ward Dennis, George F. Flint, Myron H. Burd and Andrew C. Burbank, all of Choteau, Montana. S. A. S w iggett , Register. [First, publication Oct. 30.] N O T IC E FOR P U B L IC A T IO N . Land Office at Helena, Montana. September 10 1891 Notice is hereby given that the following- named pettier haB filed notice o f hie intention to make final proof in support of bie claim, and that said proof will be made before A, C. Warner. U. S. Commissioner, at Choteau, Mont on October 24.1891. viz: WILLiAM MACDONALD WRIGHT. who made ore-emption D. S. No. 11051, for the N-2 Nw-t, 3w-4Nw-4, sec 1, Se.4 Ne-4, 6ec 2, tp. 27 north, range 7 west, He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence npon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Janies Maione, William Morrison, both o f Dupuyer, Mont., George A. Fry, John Angue, both of Bynum,Mont. S. A. S w iggett , Register. First publication September 18. T H E VALLEY HOTEL, • • • • « • ■ • > • • • « • « • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • « [NO. JACKSON, Prop. T H E B E S T H O T E L I N C H O T E A U HEADQ,TJ -A-ZR/TIEIR/S -------- f o r ------- W O O L G O W E R S , O - S J T T I j IE j H I O I R S E - IMIIEILT. A good Feed, Livery and Sale Stable in Connection FRED PALMERLEE, Proprietor 4194. Géf~í~e0£>é>&dÍ6áLde, Under this head we hope to present our readers with items of interest from every section of Choteau and Western Cascade counties. T o insure publication, corres pondents should sign their names to their letters as proof of their identity. Reader, let us hear from you. LU.tlttER! LUM Bhiit!! Our mill on Blackleaf is now running. Parties desiring lumber can get it at the mill. Oct23 S. F. R alston . FO K ir»ALE. Good claim on the Dry Fork. 100 tons of hay in stack, and about 100. head of stock cattle. Good sheds, cor- ralls and plenty of water. Good dwel- ing hou se. Also farm machinery and teams. T o be sold cheap for cash. En- Iquire at this office. Oct23tf W a n eel! 2,000 sheep to winter. Will run the same for 50 cents per bead; have 90 tons of hay, good range and shed. Sheep to be taken October 1st, and run until April 1st, 1892. Address, J oe A. B arker , Dupuyer, Mont. N o tice! Parties indebted to I. S. Gorson will please call upon J. G. Bair and settle. My accounts have been placed in his hands for collection. Also, parties hav ing accounts against me will present their claims to him for settlement. Respectfully, I. S. C orson . W a t e r fo r Irriga t ion . Notice is hereby given that the Eldo rado Ditch company, of h oteau, is now prepared to furnish water for irri gating ranches, for water power and other uses. For particulars Apply to W. R. R alsto n , Supt. Choteau, Mont. A g e n ts W a n ted. We want agents everywhere to sell “ Our Little Nigger.” The funniest and most laughable trick out. $10 a day can be made selling them. All yon have to do is to show it, it sells itself. Send 15 cents for sample and terms to G eneral A gency and N ovelty C o ., Room 59, 125 So. Clark St., Chicago, Illinois. Oct23tf F o r Sale! Twenty-five (25) bead of thoroughbred Shropshire bucks, 3 years old. A p p ly to , J oseph 0. M c C u aig . Dupuj er, Mont. Rauch to Let. Within ten miles of Choteau. 800 acres under fence. Good pasture and hay land and plenty of running water, just the place for sheep or cattle. 100 tons of bay for sale at a bargain. En quire at this office, tf. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at. Helena, Mont., ) September 23rd, 1891./ - N - T otice is liei’eby given that the following- named settlor has filed notice of her in. tention to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will he made before John C Out!', U. S. Commissioner, at Fort Benton, Montana, on November, 10,1891, viz: E L L E N M C D O N A L D - who mado pre emption D, S. No. 11440, for the Ne-4 Se-4 sec 7, N-2 Sw-4. and Nw-4 Se-4, sec. 8, tp 25 north, range 1 west. - She names tiie following witnesses to provo iter continuous residence npon and cultivation of said land, viz: Neil Bannatytie, Fanl Locher, William White. Henry Berger, all of Choteau county, Montana. S A. S w iggett , Register. 1st publication Oct. 2. A\0£[ 0OB[J ÆqS.ieAlUfJ kaavaNVig ánj, :sse.ippv *SJU00 Çg u 0 P BJIi 110 UOIJO01 -o .i j,. ,xo ‘s]U 0 O 05 u‘ nor]S 0 nÇ) puliti «HX» ‘slU0i) SS ‘«¿Ì.10AOJ 2§> SS0.lSo.lJ,, ÍSJU00 eg u‘ SU10[qOJJ jiqoog,, :sqooq peiucu S uiavo / joj 0 ijj jo 010 . m io 0 UO pB 0 j o j noA juba \ 0 A\ ‘ A ipm joojjo ©.ioui sn d[©q o j noA ,ioj .lop.io at p u c ‘ j i jq3i.i o j sa d ¡ 0 i¡ put? ‘ }i A\ouq ò] aoA JUBAY 0 j ^ gUAVOP 0*piS d a p0U.Hl') si ppiOAV 0 q j jB q j Aiouq aoA 0 ( j NOTIGE F.0R PUBLICATION. L and O f f ic e at H e l e n a , M ont ., I October 10,1891. | Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John C. Duff, U. S. Com missioner, at Fort Benton, Montana, on November 28,1891, viz: POW ELL. SMITH, for pre-emption declaratory statement No. 9551, for the N% NE^ section 7; N^ NW% section 7, township 30 north, range 4 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Frank Hughes, John Miller and Fred Zimmer man, of Dupuyer, Montana, and B. L. Powers, of Fort Benton, Montana. S. A. SWIGGETT, Register. [First publication Oct. 16.] NOTI CE FOR PUBLICATION. L and O f f i c e at H e l e n a M ont !, I October 19,1891. I Notice is hereby givet that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before A. C. Warner, U. S. Commissioner of Choteau, on December 5th, 1891, viz: SAMUEL M. YOUNG, for pre-emption declaratory statement No. 10S80 for the SE& NWji, W j SWK. NW^ SW%, section 27, township 23 north, range 6 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Silas A. McPhee, Claiborn E. Davis, of Choteau, Montana,and John FairbairnandGeorge F. Miller, of Belleview, Montana. S. A. SWIGGETT, Register. [First publication Oct. 23.] Wo soud the marvelous French Remedy CAL.TH08 Free, and a legal guarantee that C althos will STOP D locharcca Sc Emissions, CURE Spermatorrhea, Varicocele and RESTORE Lost Vigor. Use it and pay i f satisfied. Address, VON MOHL CO., Sole American Ageats, CiaclaaaU, Ohio. S tockmans N ational B an , O f F ort B enton , M ontana . (Succeeds the Bank of Northern Montana.) Capital paid up. $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 . JN0. W. POWER, - - - President. L. W. PECK, . . . . Vice-President. CHAS. E. D U E R , ................... Cashier. Board of Directors ; J no . W. P ower , L. H. H ershfield , J no . L epley , C has . E. L ibby , J os. H irshberg , J no . H. G reen , L ouis W. P eck , D avid G. B rowne , C iias . E. D oer . Transact a General Banking* Business. LOCAL SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. interest allowed on time deposits. X j j - s y e r : S 7 ~ A N D Peed Stafble. JL. B E T J C E & C O . , PROPRIETORS. Having purchased the interest of Fred. Palmerlee in the City Stables, we would res pectfully ask a con tinuance of your Patronage. - 0 - ^^ S e v e r a l new turnouts have been purchased and will be here within a few days. Cit3r StaTtoles. * ut * i A. BRUCE & CO., C hoteau , M ont . W . R. RALSTON. Cattle brand ed on leu- hip as shown in c»t, and two underbits in left ear. Horses brand- ed same on left thigh. Range from Teton to Muddy. Persons seeing any of the above stock off it« range will confer a favor by notifying me. Postoffico address: Choteau, Montana.